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New York– Despite a lot of basketball fans still hating on LeBron James for his “Decision” debacle last summer and his new team’s current struggle, he’s still in great spirits and excited about his new animated series.

Called, “The LeBrons,” the show will be based on his Nike commercials that featured him playing different versions of himself.

The show will debut this spring on YouTube as well as his website. Expect to see young LeBron, old LeBron, athletic LeBron and business LeBron on the series.

“I’m mostly a kid at heart,” James told the New York Times, “and I’m the athlete, of course, that everyone sees, but I also have a business side, a cool side and I love antique stuff and classical music. I guess that’s the old man side of me.”

Read more at BlackVoices.com

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